Absa Premiership

Angry Letsoaka slams Arrows

2015-12-02 10:25
Serame Letsoaka (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Golden Arrows coach Serame Letsoaka is extremely upset the club chose to post his resignation letter on social media.

The former Bafana Bafana Under-20 coach resigned from his position at the club on Tuesday, for family reasons according to the publicly posted letter, with rumours suggesting he could take over at Bloemfontein Celtic who parted ways with Clinton Larsen last week.

However, where he will end up next has almost become irrelevant after the coach was justifiably angry about his resignation letter, which includes his home address, was posted on social media by Arrows.

"I don't want to comment about my resignation from Golden Arrows except to say that I am shocked that they posted my resignation letter on social network," Letsoaka told KickOff.

"The letter has my address and this might cause a lot of implications because there are Golden Arrows supporters that are not happy with my resignation. This is unprofessionalism at its best."

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